Online-Safety

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Introduction

The Heathfield Community College Online-Safety curriculum is designed to support all students (and their parents!) in becoming safe and responsible users of the internet and mobile digital devices.  We firmly believe in teaching students about the awareness of risks and in managing those risks when using the internet for fun, for learning and for work.

 

Teaching & Learning

The college sees online-safety as a whole college issue.  As a result we take more than one approach to the teaching and learning of e-safety.

  • Mindfulness of online-safety issues is integrated into every lesson where internet enabled devices are being used.
  • Dedicated lessons within the Computing curriculum
  • Dedicated lessons within the PSHEE curriculum
  • Assemblies
  • Tutor time activities
  • Parents information evenings

 

Curriculum

Year Course & Topics covered Level Contact for more detail
7

Induction

  • Network User agreements

HOY Assemblies

  • Addressing current issues locally & nationally

Computing

  • Importance of password security
  • Online dangers & what to do
  • The ICT users’ survey
  • Checking the reliability of websites
  • Safe internet searching, including usage rights on images and film


Safer schools survey

National Computing Curriculum Mr O Perkins – operkins@heathfieldcc.co.uk
 

PSHEE

  • Anti-bullying
  • Personal safety


Parents information evening

Managing e-safety at home in the modern technological environment

  Ms J Taylor – jtaylor@heathfieldcc.co.uk
8

HOY Assemblies

  • Addressing current issues locally & nationally
National Computing Curriculum  
 

Computing

  • Safe passwords
  • Types of Cyber crime
  • Protecting yourself from cyber crime
  • Managing your social network presence


Safer schools survey

   Mr O Perkins – operkins@heathfieldcc.co.uk
9

HOY Assemblies

  • Addressing current issues locally & nationally
 National Computing Curriculum  
 

GCSE Computing (Option)

  • Addressing current issues locally & nationally
  • Privacy
  • confidentiality of data held in systems
  • opportunities for access to information
  • environmental issues
  • Legislation relating to the use of ICT: the computer misuse act, data protection, copyright design and patents act and other legislation as it applies to ICT.

Cambridge Nationals (Option)

  • Social issues, including the use and abuse of private data, cyberbullying,
  • Safe communication using ICT including social networks and the principles of netiquette
  • Legislation relating to the use of ICT: the computer misuse act, data protection, copyright design and patents act and other legislation as it applies to ICT.
  • Ethical implications of the storage and transmission of personal information
  Mrs P Harrison – pharrison@heathfieldcc.co.uk
 

PSHEE

  • Internet Safety
  • Sex & Relationships
  • Sexting
  • The law: – sending indecent images


Form Time Activities

Safer Schools Survey

   Ms J Taylor – jtaylor@heathfieldcc.co.uk
10

HOY Assemblies

  • Addressing current issues locally & nationally
 National Computing Curriculum  
 

GCSE Computing (Option)

  • Privacy
  • confidentiality of data held in systems
  • opportunities for access to information
  • environmental issues
  • Legislation relating to the use of ICT: the computer misuse act, data protection, copyright design and patents act and other legislation as it applies to ICT.

 

Cambridge Nationals (Option)

  • Social issues, including the use and abuse of private data, cyberbullying,
  • Safe communication using ICT including social networks and the principles of netiquette
  • Legislation relating to the use of ICT: the computer misuse act, data protection, copyright design and patents act and other legislation as it applies to ICT.
  • Ethical implications of the storage and transmission of personal information

 

PSHEE

  • Internet safety: grooming
  • Use of technology to bribe and control
  • Networking outside of parental control
  • Digital footprint


Tutor Time Activities

Safer Schools Survey

   Mrs P Harrison – pharrison@heathfieldcc.co.uk
11

HOY Assemblies

  • Addressing current issues locally & nationally
 National Computing Curriculum  
 

GCSE Computing (Option)

  • Privacy
  • confidentiality of data held in systems
  • opportunities for access to information
  • environmental issues
  • Legislation relating to the use of ICT: the computer misuse act, data protection, copyright design and patents act and other legislation as it applies to ICT.

 

Cambridge Nationals (Option)

  • Social issues, including the use and abuse of private data, cyberbullying,
  • Safe communication using ICT including social networks and the principles of netiquette
  • Legislation relating to the use of ICT: the computer misuse act, data protection, copyright design and patents act and other legislation as it applies to ICT.
  • Ethical implications of the storage and transmission of personal information

 

PSHEE

  • Pornography and the law
  • Online reputation as it relates to CEIAG


Tutor Time Activities

Safer Schools Survey

  Mrs P Harrison – pharrison@heathfieldcc.co.uk
12

Induction

  • Network User agreements


HOY Assemblies

  • Addressing current issues locally & nationally
   
 

GCE Computing (Option)

  • Privacy
  • Confidentiality of data held in systems
  • Opportunities for access to information
  • Environmental issues
  • Legislation relating to the use of ICT: the computer misuse act, data protection, copyright design and patents act and other legislation as it applies to ICT.
  Mrs P Harrison – pharrison@heathfieldcc.co.uk
13

HOY Assemblies

  • Addressing current issues locally & nationally
   
 

GCE Computing (Option)

  • Privacy
  • Confidentiality of data held in systems
  • Opportunities for access to information
  • Environmental issues
  • Legislation relating to the use of ICT: the computer misuse act, data protection, copyright design and patents act and other legislation as it applies to ICT.
   Mrs P Harrison – pharrison@heathfieldcc.co.uk